Clever Photography Hack Involving A Mirror Will Amp Up Any Product Snap
By Izza Sofia, 06 Sep 2020
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An ingenious photography hack involving a laptop, mirror and camera has gone viral online.
The technique shows how you can amp up an average photo by simply setting an image you like as a background on your laptop on full screen. Then, place a small mirror on the keypad and the background will create a brilliant reflection against the object you intend to shoot.
Jen Bartel shared the hack on Twitter, with gorgeous results from the technique. Other Twitter users have also shared their photos after following the hack, with one user suggesting that NASA photos make stunning backdrops for the shoot.
What an ingenious way to take product photos..!! 🤩 https://t.co/4u8ndHigHJ— Jen Bartel (@heyjenbartel) August 29, 2020
obsessed lmao pic.twitter.com/yktleOwlYH— julia✌ (@songoflovejulia) August 29, 2020
Omg thank you for RTing this Jen, I just tried it!! No filters, just zoomed and cropped. 🤩 pic.twitter.com/Hn8dfgosb7— Missy Peña (@misspenart) August 29, 2020
Dude. This is amazing. pic.twitter.com/KV4zRfw92f— Huey #OUSTDUTERTE 🏳️🌈🇵🇭 (@HarlequinReads) August 30, 2020
Great advice, and good news is NASA's photos are copyright free! https://t.co/jHmSZ7S5KW— Tessa Thornberry (@mythosamante) August 30, 2020
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